Students interested in applying for Law have a great opportunity coming up to engage with their subject beyond what they are doing at their school at the moment.
Trinity College has launched the Robert Walker Prize for Essays in Law in 2013. The prize is named after an Honorary Fellow of the College, Lord Walker of Gestingthorpe, a retired Justice of the Supreme Court and former law student at Trinity.
The Robert Walker Prize has three objectives:
to encourage students with an interest in Law to explore that interest by researching, considering and developing an argument about a legal topic of importance to modern society
to encourage those interested in Law to apply for a university course in Law; and
to recognise the achievements of high-calibre students, from whatever background they may come.
The topic for this year’s competition will be announced on Monday 6 February 2017 and the deadline for submission is Monday 24 April 2017.
The full list details of the competition are available on the Trinity College website.
Good luck to those who enter the competition!